Oxford Flow recruits new principal engineer
Oxford Flow has further strengthened its team with the recruitment of new principal engineer Ben Kirollos.
With a background in experimentation and theoretical/numerical modelling of high pressure and temperature systems, Ben Kirollos joins the business after recently completing a DPhil on state of the art jet engine cooling systems at the University of Oxford.
During the course of his studies, Ben carried out research into aerospace-grade composite materials at Diehl Aerosystems in Germany and re-entry of hypersonic vehicles at UNSW Canberra in Australia. He has also conducted research into medical imaging/computer simulation techniques with the Churchill Hospital Radiology Department in Oxford.
At Oxford Flow, Ben will be a key member of the expert technical team responsible for devising innovative flow solutions for the oil, gas and water industries.
Discussing his appointment, Ben commented: “I was drawn to Oxford Flow because the team here have created a range of genuinely innovative engineering solutions that will make a real difference to both efficiency and profitability in a number of different sectors. I can’t wait to get started.”